LAWRENCE, Kan. A nod may be as good as a wink to a blind horse, but quarterbacks? Quarterbacks, not so much.
Being with him in the locker room, in the weight room, you build like (a rapport), Justin McCay, the new Kansas star wide receiver, said of Jake Heaps, the new Kansas starting quarterback.
Like, OK, when I look at you like THIS, Im already excited about .... Im going to...
Oklahoma transfer Justin McCay will not be eligible to play during the 2012 season, after the NCAA Subcommittee for Legislative Relief informed Kansas Athletics on Wednesday they had denied his eligibility waiver request appeal.
The NCAA has denied an eligibility waiver filed on behalf of Kansas wide receiver Justin McCay that would have allowed him to play during the 2012 season.
McCay transferred from Oklahoma at the semester so that he could be closer to family in suburban Kansas City. He filed a waiver request with the NCAA under personal hardship guidelines so that he would not be forced to sit out...
Via AP on Fox
May 02, 2012
Friday, Kansas Athletics announced that Oklahoma transfer Justin McCay's application for an eligibility waiver had been denied by the NCAA - but for the Jayhawks the news may not be all bad. The door to immediate eligibility remains open, after the NCAA recommended Kansas appeal the decision to the Subcommittee for Legislative Relief.
The NCAA has denied an eligibility waiver request for Justin McCay that would have allowed the former Oklahoma wide receiver to play at Kansas this fall.
McCay had requested a waiver of the NCAA rule that requires transfer to sit out one year of competition because of what the school termed ''extenuating personal circumstances.''
NCAA staff denied the request Friday...
Via AP on Fox
April 20, 2012
Immediately after Oklahoma receiver Justin McCay announced he would be transferring to Kansas in early January, all of Jayhawk Nation began wondering when he would become eligible to play. Now, it appears as if a decision may at last be on the horizon.
Head Coach Charlie Weis and the Kansas Jayhawks are hoping to receive a bit of good news in the coming weeks - possibly days - regarding Oklahoma transfer and former five-star recruit Justin McCay. The Roeland Park (KS) Bishop Miege graduate is hoping to become eligible immediately, and forgo a season on the sidelines.
Prior to the hiring of Charlie Weis, the Kansas Jayhawks had not landed a five-star football prospect in the modern era of recruiting. Recently, transfers Dayne Crist and Jake Heaps put an end to that trend, and now they've added a third. Phog.net confirmed this morning that Oklahoma transfer Justin McCay is a Jayhawk.
Former Roeland Park (KS) Bishop Miege star Justin McCay has been granted his release from the University of Oklahoma, according to a source close to the situation.